FILL'ER UP (LESS OFTEN)
The average American drives about 13,500 miles each year, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation, and gas prices are significantly higher than a year ago — about 60 cents a gallon. So fuel efficiency remains of critical importance. Squeezing more miles out of every gallon means you'll spend less money on fuel while helping to conserve a limited natural resource and reduce the greenhouse gas emissions that play a role in climate change. Cheapism has identified 20 ways drivers can get more miles to the gallon.